At the Bronxville Women’s Club on Wednesday, January 16th, Capt. DC Anderson, USCG Master Oceans, gave an energetic presentation and then led a lively discussion on the topic, “Climate Change: What’s the latest information and is it as bad as we’ve been told?” Capt. Anderson is a UN consultant since 1979 in the field of alternative energy and climate change, has guest lectured at universities and government agencies, and was the first person to use auxiliary wind propulsion (sails) on merchant ships to save oil and reduce pollution. The next meeting is Wednesday, February 20th at 1pm for BWC Member’s business meeting and at 1:30 pm, the free and open to the public presentation by Art and Susan Zuckerman entitled, “Women of New York: Some famous, not-so-famous, and infamous historical figures.” Refreshments are served. For more information, call BWC at 914-337-3252.
The Bronxville Women’s Club turned into a cozy nightclub on Friday, January 18th evening as musician, sound engineer and all around cool guy, Al Hemberger of the Loft Recording Studios, showcased at the BWC Coffeehouse/Songwriter’s Listening Room the local artists Kelly Flint and Dave Cantor who each played solo, who were then joined by bassist Jeff Eyrich for the rare reunion of Dave’s True Story. Their original music has been featured on numerous movies and television including Kissing Jessica Stein, Trust the Man and Breaking Bad. BWC Coffeehouse/SLR is held on the third Friday of each month. Doors open at 7 pm with music starting at 8pm. Refreshments are served, or BYOB/picnic. Admission is $10. For more information call BWC at 914-337-3252.